Western Michigan's 7-overtime win over Buffalo included plenty of insane stats

Western Michigan beats Buffalo 71-68 in a record-tying 7 overtimes

Western Michigan beats Buffalo 71-68 in a record-tying 7 overtimes

This resulted in a penalty flag, and the sister was ejected from the game.

Five different Broncos scored as the 20th ranked Western Michigan hockey team opened up the 2017-18 regular season with a convincing 6-1 win over Ferris State at Lawson Ice Arena on Friday night. "They scored 71 or 72, then we have to score 73".

That was how many sisters jumped out of the stands to congratulate her brother - an unofficial record for both teams - after believing he scored the winning touchdown in the first overtime.

597 - Passing yards for Buffalo quarterback Drew Anderson against Western Michigan.

WMU tight end Donnie Ernsberger (Battle Creek Lakeview) caught a 14-yard touchdown pass in the first overtime.

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Previously, there had been three games sharing the seven-OT record: 2001 Arkansas-Ole Miss, 2003 Arkansas-Kentucky, and 2006 North Texas-FIU.

The running back's touchdown gave Western Michigan a 71-68 win over the Bulls in seven overtimes on Saturday in what's now the highest-scoring game in college football.

In the seventh overtime, Buffalo settled for a 25-yard field goal, opening the door for Western Michigan to end the game short of a record-setting eighth overtime.

The game that seemed like it lasted forever ended so abruptly that neither team was quite sure how to respond when it did. Unfortunately for her, the game was NOT over and she was later seen being escorted away in the broadcast.

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